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Energy efficient and robust allocation of interdependent tasks on mobile ad hoc computational grid
  • S. Shah
  • Computer Science
    Concurr. Comput. Pract. Exp.
  • 10 April 2015
TLDR
A scheme that allocates interdependent tasks and aims to reduce task completion time and the amount of energy consumed in transmission of data is presented, based on a hybrid architecture that results in effective allocation decisions, reduces the communication cost associated with the exchange of control information, and distributes the processing burden among the nodes.
Smart Health: A Novel Paradigm to Control the Chickungunya Virus
TLDR
An IoT-enabled model where data collected from the sensors, objects, and people will be gathered at the cloud to take the preventive actions by healthcare professionals is presented.
A collaborative scheme for boundary detection and tracking of continuous objects in WSNs
TLDR
Object tracking and detection of continuous objects such as fire smoke, nuclear explosions and hazardous bio-chemical material diffusions pose new challenges because of the characteristics of such objects, i.e., expanding and shrinking in size, changing in shape, splitting into multiple objects or merging multiple objects into one over time.
Social Internet of Vehicles: Architecture and enabling technologies
TLDR
A scalable SIoV architecture based on Restful web technology is presented, emphasizing the importance of web technology to meet the required interoperability to support the composition of numerous services.
Enabling Technologies on Cloud of Things for Smart Healthcare
TLDR
This paper analyses CoT architectures and platforms, as well as the implementation of CoT in the context of smart healthcare, with an in depth analysis of the most relevant proposals available in the literature on energy efficiency.
An Energy-Efficient Resource Allocation Scheme for Mobile Ad Hoc Computational Grids
TLDR
This work proposes a hybrid power-based resource allocation scheme for allocation of interdependent tasks to nodes within mobile ad hoc computational Grid, and proposes a power- based algorithm to search a group of closest nodes to allocate a set of inter dependent tasks.
In-network RFID Data Filtering Scheme in RFID-WSN for RFID Applications
TLDR
In this paper, the in-network filtering scheme tends to find this trade-off between these two costs for better delay performance, and in simulation part, the effect of these costs on delay performance is shown.
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